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    Which one is the correct answer

    I have a question.
    What do you think the film we 've watched?
    a- It's a breeze b- I've seen better c- none of your business d- No kidding
    Which one is the best choice? Is "C" the correct answer? Waht does it mean if so?

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    Re: Which one is the correct answer

    Not a teacher!

    Hi there! I would say (b).

    Non of your business means that you won't tell him or her your opinion because it is a private matter.

    Your question should be: What do you think about the film (we've watched)?
    I guess when you have just watched a film and you ask for it you needn't
    especially mention that you mean that particular one....

    In this forum we have many very qualified and professional teachers. Wait for them and their answers. As I am a student myself - don't trust me

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    Re: Which one is the correct answer

    As Virus99 has suggested, I'm assuming the question is "What do you think about the film we've watched?

    The answer is B implying that the viewer has seen films that he has liked better.

    A - "It's a breeze" refers to the ease or difficulty at which something is done. "How easy was the test?" ... "it was a breeze".

    C - "None of your business" is an answer relating to a question that has personal connotations. For example, if I asked you "Why were you sick today?" You could reply saying "it's none of your business".

    D - "No Kidding" implies the viewer has made a statement and the answer "no kidding" is an affirmative answer to agree with the viewer. For example if the viewer asked "The movie was extremely graphic!", a suitable answer would be "no kidding".

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